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How Much Does It Cost to Install A Fence?

How Much Does It Cost to Install A Fence?

Whether it’s to create privacy, or boundary between you and the neighbour – a fence is a common facet to any home and rental property. Whether you’re looking to replace an existing fence or build a new one – there it’s quite a large range in terms of cost due to the different types of materials you can choose. The average price to supply and install a fence (25 metres, 1.8m high) in Auckland we found is between $3,500 and $4,000 according to our quotes and cost estimates – and this is for the common timber paling fence.

Standard timber fencing, supply and install in Auckland are priced around $140 – $160 per metre.

In addition to installing a new fence, here are the average costs of other commonly required fencing services.

The cost of common fencing services

Type of fencing service
Average price range
Installing a new fence $3,100 – $4,900
Replacing a damaged existing fence $2,500 – $4,000
Repairing an existing fence $1,750 – $2,500

How Much for the different types of fences?

Depending on the type of fencing materials used and other relevant factors such as fence height, style, complexity of installation and demolition/preparation work required, the cost range can be quite big.

Here are the cost estimates for the most common fence types.

How much does fencing cost per metre?

Fence type
Average price range
rendered brick and steel fence $1350 – $1200
frameless glass fence $750 – $1200
brick or block fence $550 – $800
Wrought iron fence $160 – $180
tubular metal fence $280 – $450
hardwood paling fence $150 – $225
treated pine paling fence $140 – $160


If you have any questions about fencing, or would like to explore more options – feel free to get in touch with the team at Superior Property Services – 0800 199 888


Disclaimer: This article is offered as a general guide only. The views and information expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any agency in New Zealand. Any person who relies upon any matter contained in this guide does so entirely at their own risk. 


Written by Superior Property Services 

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